Writers have a problem. Images live within us, alive, vital. Our mission is to unveil each scene as we feel it kinetically, emotionally and intellectually. Our reader should visualize important elements in a scene as we see them: smell the rain, feel the tap of raindrops, or the touch of a hand. We must warm him or her with sunshine, chill with snow, romance with love, scare with hate. Our reader must share in our experience lest we fail to communicate that story we hope we are telling.